On April 14, the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering at UF hosted Undergraduate Research Day. Undergraduate Research Day is designed to showcase the quality of student research projects conducted during the academic year, as well as to inspire classmates in the biomedical engineering programs to pursue their research.
We had thirty-six undergraduate poster presentations with faculty and graduate students judging the posters and selected finalists. Thank you to all the students who worked hard preparing for your presentations!
You can view photos of the event on Flickr.
Isadora Braga – Activation of Meal Responsive Hindbrain Neurons to Reduce Food Intake in High-fat Diet Fed Mice
Mentor: Dr. Kevin Otto
Garrett Fullerton – Model MAGIC: Multitask Automated Generation of Contrast Free CT Perfusion Brain Imaging via Generative Adversarial Network
Mentor: Dr. Ruogu Fang
Leeor Hershkovich – Speech-based Detection of Post-Operative Cognitive Dysfunction Via Machine Learning
Mentor: Dr. Parisa Rashidi
Natalie Thurlow – Effects of Exposure on Gait Parameters in Naïve Lewis Rats
Mentor: Dr. Kyle Allen